Of the use of tobacco tea : Coffee, Chocolate, and Drams. Under the following Heads. I. Of Smoaking Tobacco. II. Of Chewing. III. Of Snuff. IV. Of Coffee & its Grounds. V. Of Tea. VI. Of Chocolate. Vii. Of Drams. Clearly Shewing How the Sipping of these Hot Liquors, Sucking into the Body as much of Wind as Liquor, produces Flatulencies, which (by being debar'd a Free Passage Downwards) not only Grumble in the Bowels, & Cause Wind-Cholicks, Obstructions, Spleen, Vapours, &c. But also (in Women of a more Strong Constitution) Recoil up to the Head, and Vents themselves entirely in Talkativeness, and other Distempers incident to Women. - All which a Free and Seasonable Vent of the Wind Downwards might have prevented. This Book is Given Gratis, Up One pair of Stairs at the Sign of the Anodyne Necklace without Temple-Bar. At Mrs Gregg's Hosier next Northumberland-House Charing-Cross. And At Mrs Garway's, at the R. Exchange-Gate, Cornhil Side

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Published: London printed by H. Parker in Goswell-Street 1722, 1722
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T18410. - Reproduction of original from British Library
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